Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--October 14, 2013, to October 18, 2013
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October 21, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--October 14, 2013, to October 18, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed indoor air quality, stormwater pollution prevention plans for construction activities, and ship emissions.

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Here's the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

How Can Better Indoor Air Improve Your Bottom Line?--Take a look at recent findings about indoor air quality (IAQ) and its effect on health and productivity.

Check Out the Cost Benefits of Better IAQ--Here are some of the cost benefits of better improvements in IAQ as well as indoor environmental quality (IEQ) factors.

Information You Need to Gather for Your Construction SWPPP--Here is some basic information you will need to create a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)for your construction project.

Inspections and Corrective Action for Your Construction SWPPP--Here's a review some of the required long-term responsibilities, specifically inspection and corrective action requirements for your construction SWPPP.

EPA and USCG Flexible on Ship Emissions Options from EPA and USCG--EPA and the Coast Guard are promoting “flexibility … to support the development of advanced pollution control technology” in the hopes of expediting the growth and development of new “exhaust gas cleaning technologies” for large oceangoing vessels.

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